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22 Apr 2013 SPARC T5-8 Server Delivers World Record TPC-C Single System Performance Results [30424]
Bests the Performance of IBM's Top Contenders

Oracle's SPARC T5-8 server equipped with eight 3.6 GHz SPARC T5 processors achieved a world record result of 8,552,523 tpmC for a single system on the TPC-C benchmark, demonstrating this world record database performance running Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Enterprise Edition with Oracle Partitioning. This result shows that the SPARC T5-8 server is 2.4 times faster per chip compared to IBM Power 780 three-node cluster results for TPC-C tpmC and is 2.5 times less expensive per $/tpmC. The SPARC T5-8 server delivers 1.4 times better performance than the 32-processor IBM Power 595, at one-fifth the price/performance. This configuration will be available 09/25/13.
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26 Mar 2012 Sun Fire X4800 M2 Delivers World Record TPC-C for x86 Systems [25800]
Outperforms IBM System p570 by a Factor of 3.1x

Oracle's Sun Fire X4800 M2 server equipped with eight 2.4 GHz Intel Xeon Processor E7-8870 chips set a world record for x86 servers of 4,803,718 tpmC on the TPC-C benchmark with a price performance of $0.98/tpmC. The server was running Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Enterprise Edition with Partitioning and the Oracle Linux OS. This configuration will become available on June 26, 2012. This is the first TPC-C result on any system using eight Intel Xeon Processor E7-8800 Series chips, and the Sun Fire X4800 M2 server is the first x86 system to get over 4 million tpmC.
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26 Mar 2012 World Record x86 Performance on Industry Standard Java Middleware and Transactional Database Benchmarks [25803]
Oracle Sun Fire X4800 M2 Once Again Leads the Field in Performance

Oracle’s Sun Fire X4800 M2 server running Oracle Linux with the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 2 and Oracle Tuxedo set an x86 world record result on the SPECjEnterprise2010 benchmark with Oracle WebLogic Server 12c and Oracle Database 11g Release 2. This single node world record outstrips the best IBM System x3850 X5 single node result, delivering 1.63 times more performance and HP ProLiant DL580 G7 by 2.8 times. Server hardware had a calculated price/performance advantage of 14 times over IBM Power 780. Oracle achieved 5,055,888 transactions per minute (tpmC) with a price/performance of $.89/tpmC.
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23 Jan 2012 World Record x86 TPC-C Result [25269]
Sun Fire X4800 M2 Server

Oracle's Sun Fire X4800 M2 server equipped with eight 2.4 GHz Intel Xeon Processor E7-8870 chips and 4TB RAM and 160 CPU threads obtained a result of 4,803,718 tpmC on the TPC-C benchmark with a price performance of $0.98/tpmC using the Oracle Linux OS with Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 2 and Oracle Database 11g Release 2 with partitioning. This result is 2.5x times better performance than the next 8-processor result, an IBM System p 570 equipped with POWER6 processors, and 3.1x times better price/performance than the 8-processor 4.7GHz POWER6 IBM System p 570.
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17 Jan 2012 Oracle Sun Fire X4800 M2 Sets x86 World Record on TPC-C Benchmark [25260]
Outperforms IBM Power 750, HP Superdome and Proliant DL580 G7

Oracle’s Sun Fire X4800 M2, running Oracle Database 11g Release 2, achieved an x86 record of 4,803,718 transactions per minute (tpmC) with a price/performance of $.98/tpmC. The X4800 equipped with eight Intel Xeon E7-8870 processors and 4 Terabytes (TB) of Samsung’s Green DDR3 memory was nearly 3x faster than IBM's eight-processor result for a p570 and nearly 60 percent faster than the best DB2 result on IBM’s x86 server. The Sun Fire X4800 M2 delivered nearly 3x better price per TPC-C transaction than a 64-processor HP Superdome server and over 2.65x faster than HP’s best Proliant DL580 G7 score.
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